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May 01, 2010 01:10 |  #1

looking for download cable for 1d classic as the one ive just purchased din,t come with one can anyone in uk tell me where i could find one ?


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May 01, 2010 01:30 |  #2

poldodog wrote in post #10099908 (external link)
looking for download cable for 1d classic as the one ive just purchased din,t come with one can anyone in uk tell me where i could find one ?

why not just pick up a CF card reader?


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May 01, 2010 01:32 |  #3

Any firewire cable will work also.




  
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May 01, 2010 03:11 |  #4

I've only used the firewire cable a couple of times but just use the card reader. A very marginal difference in transfer speed anyway.


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May 01, 2010 03:20 |  #5

I think people forget that the older 1D Series needs a fire wire to change the camera settings and also to put your name into the camera ,But other wise a card reader is faster if you need to d/l your images . And you also do not need the canon fire wire just one that has the correct number of pins just like Cesium mention.


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